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Watching the Hawks

The hosts, Tyrel Ventura, Sean Stone and Tabetha Wallace along with their guests are your eyes and ears on the ground in the world of media, politics and pop culture.

Oct 19, 2019 08:36

Facebook pokes at free speech & #AllWomanSpacewalk

Mark Zuckerberg comes under fire for referencing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in ‘free expression’ speech. Rikers Island is closing, only for five new jails to be built throughout the city. Then, NASA performed the first ever all-female spacewalk. Former NTSB Director of Public and Family Affairs Jamie Finch discusses the Air National Guard base at Truax Field that will affect the surrounding lower-income community. And a preview of this week’s episode of Redacted Tonight.

Oct 18, 2019 07:17

Will the US empire ever strike back? & Chicago teachers schooling city mayor

The US empire is in disarray as the 2020 presidential primaries continue. And, will Canadians ever trust Trudeau or Sheer again as the Canadian election looms? Then, Chicago teachers are fed up with the education system and Mayor Lightfoot, and are striking until their demands are met.

Oct 16, 2019 07:01

Turkey holding US tactical nukes over the world’s head & physicians stand against border detention

Turkish President Erdogan is apparently holding at least 50 US nukes over the world’s head, while protests in Hong Kong continue and physicians come out against border detention.

Oct 15, 2019 09:31

Fort Worth police kill black woman in her own home & Extinction Rebellion’s hunger strike

Fort Worth police shot and killed Atatiana Jefferson in her own home during a wellness check. Johnson & Johnson is facing hefty legal challenges. And climate activist Giovanni Tamacas discusses Extinction Rebellion, and his recent hunger strike to bring attention to climate change.

Oct 12, 2019 08:49

Iraq, US war crimes, CIA recruitment at HBCUs

Frank Gregory Ford discusses US war crimes in Iraq, the CIA is recruiting on HBCUs, and a preview of this week’s episode of Redacted Tonight.

Oct 11, 2019 09:26

Ellen friendly with war criminal who began never-ending Afghanistan war

The fallout from the China vs NBA debacle continues, exposing how Twitter can lose people tons of money. We’ve now been in the Afghanistan War for 18 years. Ellen DeGeneres apparently enjoys relaxing with war criminals like George W. Bush.